2017 NFL Draft

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2017 NFL Draft
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General Information
Date(s) April 27–29, 2017
Time 8:00 PM ET
Location Philadelphia Museum of Art on the Rocky Steps[1]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TV coverage (US) ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network
Overview
253 total selections  in 7 rounds
First selection Myles Garrett, DE
Cleveland Browns
Mr. Irrelevant Chad Kelly, QB
Denver Broncos
Most selections (11) Cincinnati Bengals,
Minnesota Vikings,
Seattle Seahawks
Fewest selections (4) New England Patriots
The stage for the 2017 NFL Draft on Eakins Oval in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

The 2017 NFL Draft was the 82nd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. It was held in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art[1] on April 27–29, returning to Philadelphia for the first time since 1961.[2][3]

The player selections were announced from an outdoor theater built on the Rocky Steps, marking the first time an entire NFL draft was held outdoors.[4] The NFL announced that the draft was the most attended in history, with more than 250,000 people.[5][6] Starting from this draft, compensatory picks could be traded.[7] A new-record 37 trades were made during the draft itself, surpassing 34 made in 2008.[8]

Early entrants[edit]

In order to be eligible to enter the draft, players must be at least three years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 16, 2017.[citation needed]

The following is the breakdown of the 253 players selected by position:

Player selections[edit]

* = compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[N 1]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett  DE Texas A&M SEC
1 2 Chicago Bears Mitchell Trubisky  QB North Carolina ACC from San Francisco [R1 - 1]
1 3 San Francisco 49ers Solomon Thomas  DE Stanford Pac-12 from Chicago [R1 - 2]
1 4 Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Fournette  RB LSU SEC
1 5 Tennessee Titans Corey Davis  WR Western Michigan MAC from LA Rams [R1 - 3]
1 6 New York Jets Jamal Adams  S LSU SEC
1 7 Los Angeles Chargers Mike Williams  WR Clemson ACC
1 8 Carolina Panthers Christian McCaffrey  RB Stanford Pac-12
1 9 Cincinnati Bengals John Ross  WR Washington Pac-12
1 10 Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes  QB Texas Tech Big 12 from Buffalo [R1 - 4]
1 11 New Orleans Saints Marshon Lattimore  CB Ohio State Big Ten
1 12 Houston Texans Deshaun Watson  QB Clemson ACC from Philadelphia via Cleveland [R1 - 5]
1 13 Arizona Cardinals Haason Reddick  LB Temple The American
1 14 Philadelphia Eagles Derek Barnett  DE Tennessee SEC from Minnesota [R1 - 6]
1 15 Indianapolis Colts Malik Hooker  S Ohio State Big Ten
1 16 Baltimore Ravens Marlon Humphrey  CB Alabama SEC
1 17 Washington Redskins Jonathan Allen  DE Alabama SEC
1 18 Tennessee Titans Adoree' Jackson  CB USC Pac-12
1 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers O. J. Howard  TE Alabama SEC
1 20 Denver Broncos Garett Bolles  OT Utah Pac-12
1 21 Detroit Lions Jarrad Davis  LB Florida SEC
1 22 Miami Dolphins Charles Harris  DE Missouri SEC
1 23 New York Giants Evan Engram  TE Ole Miss SEC
1 24 Oakland Raiders Gareon Conley  CB Ohio State Big Ten
1 25 Cleveland Browns Jabrill Peppers  SS Michigan Big Ten from Houston [R1 - 7]
1 26 Atlanta Falcons Takkarist McKinley  DE UCLA Pac-12 from Seattle [R1 - 8]
1 27 Buffalo Bills Tre'Davious White  CB LSU SEC from Kansas City [R1 - 9]
1 28 Dallas Cowboys Taco Charlton  DE Michigan Big Ten
1 29 Cleveland Browns David Njoku  TE Miami (FL) ACC from Green Bay [R1 - 10]
1 30 Pittsburgh Steelers T. J. Watt  OLB Wisconsin Big Ten
1 31 San Francisco 49ers Reuben Foster  LB Alabama SEC from Atlanta via Seattle [R1 - 11]
1 32 New Orleans Saints Ryan Ramczyk  OT Wisconsin Big Ten from New England [R1 - 12]
2 33 Green Bay Packers Kevin King  CB Washington Pac-12 from Cleveland [R2 - 1]
2 34 Jacksonville Jaguars Cam Robinson  OT Alabama SEC from San Francisco via Seattle [R2 - 2]
2 35 Seattle Seahawks Malik McDowell  DT Michigan State Big Ten from Jacksonville [R2 - 3]
2 36 Arizona Cardinals Budda Baker  S Washington Pac-12 from Chicago [R2 - 4]
2 37 Buffalo Bills Zay Jones  WR East Carolina The American from LA Rams [R2 - 5]
2 38 Los Angeles Chargers Forrest Lamp  G Western Kentucky C-USA
2 39 New York Jets Marcus Maye  S Florida SEC
2 40 Carolina Panthers Curtis Samuel  WR Ohio State Big Ten
2 41 Minnesota Vikings Dalvin Cook  RB Florida State ACC from Cincinnati [R2 - 6]
2 42 New Orleans Saints Marcus Williams  S Utah Pac-12
2 43 Philadelphia Eagles Sidney Jones  CB Washington Pac-12
2 44 Los Angeles Rams Gerald Everett  TE South Alabama Sun Belt from Buffalo [R2 - 7]
2 45 Chicago Bears Adam Shaheen  TE Ashland GLIAC from Arizona [R2 - 8]
2 46 Indianapolis Colts Quincy Wilson  CB Florida SEC
2 47 Baltimore Ravens Tyus Bowser  OLB Houston The American
2 48 Cincinnati Bengals Joe Mixon  RB Oklahoma Big 12 from Minnesota [R2 - 9]
2 49 Washington Redskins Ryan Anderson  OLB Alabama SEC
2 50 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Justin Evans  S Texas A&M SEC
2 51 Denver Broncos DeMarcus Walker  DE Florida State ACC
2 52 Cleveland Browns DeShone Kizer  QB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Tennessee [R2 - 10]
2 53 Detroit Lions Teez Tabor  CB Florida SEC
2 54 Miami Dolphins Raekwon McMillan  LB Ohio State Big Ten
2 55 New York Giants Dalvin Tomlinson  DT Alabama SEC
2 56 Oakland Raiders Obi Melifonwu  S Connecticut The American
2 57 Houston Texans Zach Cunningham  LB Vanderbilt SEC
2 58 Seattle Seahawks Ethan Pocic  C LSU SEC
2 59 Kansas City Chiefs Tanoh Kpassagnon  DE Villanova CAA
2 60 Dallas Cowboys Chidobe Awuzie  CB Colorado Pac-12
2 61 Green Bay Packers Josh Jones  S NC State ACC
2 62 Pittsburgh Steelers JuJu Smith-Schuster  WR USC Pac-12
2 63 Buffalo Bills Dion Dawkins  G Temple The American from Atlanta [R2 - 11]
2 64 Carolina Panthers Taylor Moton  G Western Michigan MAC from New England [R2 - 12]
3 65 Cleveland Browns Larry Ogunjobi  DT Charlotte C-USA
3 66 San Francisco 49ers Ahkello Witherspoon  CB Colorado Pac-12
3 67 New Orleans Saints Alvin Kamara  RB Tennessee SEC from Chicago via San Francisco [R3 - 1]
3 68 Jacksonville Jaguars Dawuane Smoot  DE Illinois Big Ten
3 69 Los Angeles Rams Cooper Kupp  WR Eastern Washington Big Sky
3 70 Minnesota Vikings Pat Elflein  C Ohio State Big Ten from NY Jets  [R3 - 2]
3 71 Los Angeles Chargers Dan Feeney  G Indiana Big Ten
3 72 Tennessee Titans Taywan Taylor  WR Western Kentucky C-USA from Carolina via New England [R3 - 3]
3 73 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Willis  DE Kansas State Big 12
3 74 Baltimore Ravens Chris Wormley  DE Michigan Big Ten from Philadelphia [R3 - 4]
3 75 Atlanta Falcons Duke Riley  LB LSU SEC from Buffalo [R3 - 5]
3 76 New Orleans Saints Alex Anzalone  LB Florida SEC
3 77 Carolina Panthers Daeshon Hall  DE Texas A&M SEC from Arizona [R3 - 6]
3 78 Baltimore Ravens Tim Williams  OLB Alabama SEC
3 79 New York Jets ArDarius Stewart  WR Alabama SEC from Minnesota  [R3 - 7]
3 80 Indianapolis Colts Tarell Basham  DE Ohio MAC
3 81 Washington Redskins Fabian Moreau  CB UCLA Pac-12
3 82 Denver Broncos Carlos Henderson  WR Louisiana Tech C-USA
3 83 New England Patriots Derek Rivers  DE Youngstown State MVFC from Tennessee [R3 - 8]
3 84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chris Godwin  WR Penn State Big Ten
3 85 New England Patriots Antonio Garcia  OT Troy Sun Belt from Detroit [R3 - 9]
3 86 Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Hunt  RB Toledo MAC from Miami via Minnesota [R3 - 10]
3 87 New York Giants Davis Webb  QB California Pac-12
3 88 Oakland Raiders Eddie Vanderdoes  DT UCLA Pac-12
3 89 Houston Texans D'Onta Foreman  RB Texas Big 12
3 90 Seattle Seahawks Shaquill Griffin  CB UCF The American
3 91 Los Angeles Rams John Johnson  S Boston College ACC from Kansas City via Buffalo [R3 - 11]
3 92 Dallas Cowboys Jourdan Lewis  CB Michigan Big Ten
3 93 Green Bay Packers Montravius Adams  DT Auburn SEC
3 94 Pittsburgh Steelers Cameron Sutton  CB Tennessee SEC
3 95 Seattle Seahawks Delano Hill  S Michigan Big Ten from Atlanta [R3 - 12]
3 96 Detroit Lions Kenny Golladay  WR Northern Illinois MAC from New England [R3 - 13]
3* 97 Miami Dolphins Cordrea Tankersley  CB Clemson ACC
3* 98 Arizona Cardinals Chad Williams  WR Grambling State SWAC from Carolina [R3 - 14]
3* 99 Philadelphia Eagles Rasul Douglas  CB West Virginia Big 12 from Baltimore [R3 - 15]
3* 100 Tennessee Titans Jonnu Smith  TE Florida International C-USA from LA Rams [R3 - 16]
3* 101 Denver Broncos Brendan Langley  CB Lamar Southland
3* 102 Seattle Seahawks Nazair Jones  DT North Carolina ACC
3* 103 New Orleans Saints Trey Hendrickson  OLB Florida Atlantic C-USA from Cleveland via New England [R3 - 17]
3* 104 San Francisco 49ers C. J. Beathard  QB Iowa Big Ten from Kansas City via Minnesota [R3 - 18]
3* 105 Pittsburgh Steelers James Conner  RB Pittsburgh ACC
3* 106 Seattle Seahawks Amara Darboh  WR Michigan Big Ten
3* 107 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kendell Beckwith  LB LSU SEC from NY Jets [R3 - 19]
4 108 Green Bay Packers Vince Biegel  LB Wisconsin Big Ten from Cleveland [R4 - 1]
4 109 Minnesota Vikings Jaleel Johnson  DT Iowa Big Ten from San Francisco [R4 - 2]
4 110 Jacksonville Jaguars Dede Westbrook  WR Oklahoma Big 12
4 111 Seattle Seahawks Tedric Thompson  S Colorado Pac-12 from Chicago via San Francisco [R4 - 3]
4 112 Chicago Bears Eddie Jackson  S Alabama SEC from LA Rams [R4 - 4]
4 113 Los Angeles Chargers Rayshawn Jenkins  S Miami (FL) ACC
4 114 Washington Redskins Samaje Perine  RB Oklahoma Big 12 from NY Jets [R4 - 5]
4 115 Arizona Cardinals Dorian Johnson  G Pittsburgh ACC from Carolina [R4 - 6]
4 116 Cincinnati Bengals Carl Lawson  DE Auburn SEC
4 117 Los Angeles Rams Josh Reynolds  WR Texas A&M SEC from Buffalo via Chicago [R4 - 7]
4 117.5 New England Patriots Selection from New Orleans [R4 - 8] forfeited due to the Deflategate scandal.[Forfeited/Penalized 1]
4 118 Philadelphia Eagles Mack Hollins  WR North Carolina ACC
4 119 Chicago Bears Tarik Cohen  RB North Carolina A&T MEAC from Arizona [R4 - 9]
4 120 Minnesota Vikings Ben Gedeon  LB Michigan Big Ten
4 121 San Francisco 49ers Joe Williams  RB Utah Pac-12 from Indianapolis [R4 - 10]
4 122 Baltimore Ravens Nico Siragusa  G San Diego State MW
4 123 Washington Redskins Montae Nicholson  S Michigan State Big Ten
4 124 Detroit Lions Jalen Reeves-Maybin  LB Tennessee SEC from Tennessee via New England [R4 - 11]
4 125 Los Angeles Rams Samson Ebukam  LB Eastern Washington Big Sky from Tampa Bay via NY Jets [R4 - 12]
4 126 Cleveland Browns Howard Wilson  CB Houston The American from Denver [R4 - 13]
4 127 Detroit Lions Michael Roberts  TE Toledo MAC
4 128 Cincinnati Bengals Josh Malone  WR Tennessee SEC from Miami via Minnesota [R4 - 14]
4 128.5 New York Giants Selection moved down twelve spots [Forfeited/Penalized 2]
4 129 Oakland Raiders David Sharpe  OT Florida SEC
4 130 Houston Texans Julién Davenport  OT Bucknell Patriot
4 131 New England Patriots Deatrich Wise Jr.  DE Arkansas SEC from Seattle [R4 - 15]
4 132 Philadelphia Eagles Donnel Pumphrey  RB San Diego State MW from Kansas City via Minnesota [R4 - 16]
4 133 Dallas Cowboys Ryan Switzer  WR North Carolina ACC
4 134 Green Bay Packers Jamaal Williams  RB BYU Ind. (FBS)
4 135 Pittsburgh Steelers Joshua Dobbs  QB Tennessee SEC
4 136 Atlanta Falcons Sean Harlow  C Oregon State Pac-12
4 137 Indianapolis Colts Zach Banner  G USC Pac-12 from New England [R4 - 17]
4* 138 Cincinnati Bengals Ryan Glasgow  DT Michigan Big Ten
4* 139 Kansas City Chiefs Jehu Chesson  WR Michigan Big Ten from Cleveland via Philadelphia and Minnesota [R4 - 18]
4 140 New York Giants Wayne Gallman  RB Clemson ACC Selection dropped 12 spots (see above)
4* 141 New York Jets Chad Hansen  WR California Pac-12 from LA Rams [R4 - 19]
4* 142 Houston Texans Carlos Watkins  DT Clemson ACC from Cleveland [R4 - 20]
4* 143 Indianapolis Colts Marlon Mack  RB South Florida The American from San Francisco  [R4 - 21]
4* 144 Indianapolis Colts Grover Stewart  DT Albany State SIAC
5 145 Denver Broncos Jake Butt  TE Michigan Big Ten from Cleveland [R5 - 1]
5 146 San Francisco 49ers George Kittle  TE Iowa Big Ten
5 147 Chicago Bears Jordan Morgan  G Kutztown PSAC
5 148 Jacksonville Jaguars Blair Brown  LB Ohio MAC
5 149 Atlanta Falcons Damontae Kazee  CB San Diego State MW from LA Rams via Buffalo [R5 - 2]
5 150 New York Jets Jordan Leggett  TE Clemson ACC
5 151 Los Angeles Chargers Desmond King  CB Iowa Big Ten
5 152 Carolina Panthers Corn Elder  CB Miami (FL) ACC
5 153 Cincinnati Bengals Jake Elliott  K Memphis The American
5 154 Washington Redskins Jeremy Sprinkle  TE Arkansas SEC from New Orleans [R5 - 3]
5 155 Tennessee Titans Jayon Brown  LB UCLA Pac-12 from Philadelphia [R5 - 4]
5 156 Atlanta Falcons Brian Hill  RB Wyoming MW from Buffalo [R5 - 5]
5 157 Arizona Cardinals Will Holden  OT Vanderbilt SEC
5 158 Indianapolis Colts Nate Hairston  CB Temple The American
5 159 Baltimore Ravens Jermaine Eluemunor  OT Texas A&M SEC
5 160 Cleveland Browns Roderick Johnson  OT Florida State ACC from Minnesota via NY Jets [R5 - 6]
5 161 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Walker Jr.  LB Northwestern Big Ten from Washington via San Francisco [R5 - 7]
5 162 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jeremy McNichols  RB Boise State MW
5 163 Buffalo Bills Matt Milano  LB Boston College ACC from Denver via New England [R5 - 8]
5 164 Miami Dolphins Isaac Asiata  G Utah Pac-12 from Tennessee via Philadelphia [R5 - 9]
5 165 Detroit Lions Jamal Agnew  CB San Diego Pioneer
5 166 Philadelphia Eagles Shelton Gibson  WR West Virginia Big 12 from Miami [R5 - 10]
5 167 New York Giants Avery Moss  DE Youngstown State MVFC
5 168 Oakland Raiders Marquel Lee  LB Wake Forest ACC
5 169 Houston Texans Treston Decoud  CB Oregon State Pac-12
5 169.5 Seattle Seahawks Selection forfeited for violating off-season workout policies [Forfeited/Penalized 3]
5 170 Minnesota Vikings Rodney Adams  WR South Florida The American from Kansas City [R5 - 11]
5 171 Buffalo Bills Nathan Peterman  QB Pittsburgh ACC from Dallas [R5 - 12]
5 172 Denver Broncos Isaiah McKenzie  WR Georgia SEC from Green Bay [R5 - 13]
5 173 Pittsburgh Steelers Brian Allen  CB Utah Pac-12
5 174 Atlanta Falcons Eric Saubert  TE Drake Pioneer
5 175 Green Bay Packers DeAngelo Yancey  WR Purdue Big Ten from New England via Cleveland and Denver [R5 - 14]
5* 176 Cincinnati Bengals J. J. Dielman  C Utah Pac-12
5* 177 San Francisco 49ers Trent Taylor  WR Louisiana Tech C-USA from Denver [R5 - 15]
5* 178 Miami Dolphins Davon Godchaux  DT LSU SEC
5* 179 Arizona Cardinals T. J. Logan  RB North Carolina ACC
5* 180 Minnesota Vikings Danny Isidora  G Miami (FL) ACC from Kansas City [R5 - 16]
5* 181 New York Jets Dylan Donahue  DE West Georgia GSC from Cleveland [R5 - 17]
5* 182 Green Bay Packers Aaron Jones  RB UTEP C-USA
5* 183 Kansas City Chiefs Ukeme Eligwe  OLB Georgia Southern Sun Belt from New England [R5 - 18]
5* 184 Philadelphia Eagles Nathan Gerry  S Nebraska Big Ten from Miami [R5 - 19]
6 185 Cleveland Browns Caleb Brantley  DT Florida SEC
6 186 Baltimore Ravens Chuck Clark  S Virginia Tech ACC from San Francisco [R6 - 1]
6 187 Seattle Seahawks Mike Tyson  S Cincinnati The American from Jacksonville [R6 - 2]
6 188 New York Jets Elijah McGuire  RB Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt from Chicago via Houston and Cleveland [R6 - 3]
6 189 Los Angeles Rams Tanzel Smart  DT Tulane The American
6 190 Los Angeles Chargers Sam Tevi  OT Utah Pac-12
6 191 Dallas Cowboys Xavier Woods  S Louisiana Tech C-USA from NY Jets [R6 - 4]
6 192 Carolina Panthers Alexander Armah  FB West Georgia GSC
6 193 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Evans  ILB Oklahoma Big 12
6 194 Miami Dolphins Vincent Taylor  DT Oklahoma State Big 12 from Philadelphia [R6 - 5]
6 195 Buffalo Bills Tanner Vallejo  OLB Boise State MW
6 196 New Orleans Saints Al-Quadin Muhammad  DE Miami (FL) ACC
6 197 New York Jets Jeremy Clark  CB Michigan Big Ten from Arizona via Chicago and LA Rams [R6 - 6]
6 198 San Francisco 49ers D. J. Jones  DT Ole Miss SEC from Baltimore [R6 - 7]
6 199 Washington Redskins Chase Roullier  C Wyoming MW from Minnesota [R6 - 8]
6 200 New York Giants Adam Bisnowaty  OT Pittsburgh ACC from Indianapolis via New England and Tennessee [R6 - 9]
6 201 Minnesota Vikings Bucky Hodges  TE Virginia Tech ACC from Washington [R6 - 10]
6 202 San Francisco 49ers Pita Taumoepenu  DE Utah Pac-12 from Denver [R6 - 11]
6 203 Denver Broncos De'Angelo Henderson  RB Coastal Carolina Ind. (FCS) from Tennessee [R6 - 12]
6 204 New York Jets Derrick Jones  CB Ole Miss SEC from Tampa Bay [R6 - 13]
6 205 Detroit Lions Jeremiah Ledbetter  DE Arkansas SEC
6 206 Los Angeles Rams Sam Rogers  FB Virginia Tech ACC from Miami [R6 - 14]
6 207 Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Wilson  CB Houston The American from NY Giants via Tennessee [R6 - 15]
6 208 Arizona Cardinals Rudy Ford  S Auburn SEC from Oakland [R6 - 16]
6 209 Washington Redskins Robert Davis  WR Georgia State Sun Belt from Houston [R6 - 17]
6 210 Seattle Seahawks Justin Senior  OT Mississippi State SEC
6 210.5 Kansas City Chiefs Selection forfeited for violating the NFL's Anti-Tampering policy [Forfeited/Penalized 4]
6 211 New England Patriots Conor McDermott  OT UCLA Pac-12 from Dallas [R6 - 18]
6 212 Green Bay Packers Kofi Amichia  OT South Florida The American
6 213 Pittsburgh Steelers Colin Holba  LS Louisville ACC
6 214 Philadelphia Eagles Elijah Qualls  DT Washington Pac-12 from Atlanta via Tennessee [R6 - 19]
6 215 Detroit Lions Brad Kaaya  QB Miami (FL) ACC from New England [R6 - 20]
6* 216 Dallas Cowboys Marquez White  CB Florida State ACC from Kansas City via New England [R6 - 21]
6* 217 Tennessee Titans Corey Levin  G Chattanooga SoCon from Cincinnati [R6 - 22]
6* 218 Kansas City Chiefs Leon McQuay  S USC Pac-12
7 219 Minnesota Vikings Stacy Coley  WR Miami (FL) ACC from Cleveland via San Francisco [R7 - 1]
7 220 Minnesota Vikings Ifeadi Odenigbo  DE Northwestern Big Ten from San Francisco via Washington [R7 - 2]
7 221 Oakland Raiders Shalom Luani  S Washington State Pac-12 from Chicago via Arizona [R7 - 3]
7 222 Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Myrick  CB Minnesota Big Ten
7 223 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stevie Tu'ikolovatu  DT USC Pac-12 from LA Rams via Miami [R7 - 4]
7 224 Cleveland Browns Zane Gonzalez  K Arizona State Pac-12 from NY Jets [R7 - 5]
7 225 Los Angeles Chargers Isaac Rochell  DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
7 226 Seattle Seahawks David Moore  WR East Central GAC from Carolina [R7 - 6]
7 227 Tennessee Titans Josh Carraway  OLB TCU Big 12 from Cincinnati [R7 - 7]
7 228 Dallas Cowboys Joey Ivie  DT Florida SEC from Buffalo [R7 - 8]
7 229 San Francisco 49ers Adrian Colbert  CB Miami (FL) ACC from New Orleans[R7 - 9]
7 230 Washington Redskins Josh Harvey-Clemons  S Louisville ACC from Philadelphia via Minnesota [R7 - 10]
7 231 Oakland Raiders Jylan Ware  OT Alabama State SWAC from Arizona [R7 - 11]
7 232 Minnesota Vikings Elijah Lee  OLB Kansas State Big 12
7 233 Carolina Panthers Harrison Butker  K Georgia Tech ACC from Indianapolis via Cleveland [R7 - 12]
7 234 Los Angeles Rams Ejuan Price  OLB Pittsburgh ACC from Baltimore [R7 - 13]
7 235 Washington Redskins Joshua Holsey  CB Auburn SEC
7 236 Tennessee Titans Brad Seaton  OT Villanova CAA
7 237 Miami Dolphins Isaiah Ford  WR Virginia Tech ACC from Tampa Bay [R7 - 14]
7 238 Green Bay Packers Devante Mays  RB Utah State MW from Denver  [R7 - 15]
7 239 Dallas Cowboys Noah Brown  WR Ohio State Big Ten from Detroit and New England [R7 - 16]
7 240 Jacksonville Jaguars Marquez Williams  FB Miami (FL) ACC from Miami [R7 - 17]
7 241 Tennessee Titans Khalfani Muhammad  RB California Pac-12 from NY Giants [R7 - 18]
7 242 Oakland Raiders Elijah Hood  RB North Carolina ACC
7 243 Houston Texans Kyle Fuller  C Baylor Big 12
7 244 Oakland Raiders Treyvon Hester  DT Toledo MAC from Seattle  [R7 - 19]
7 245 Minnesota Vikings Jack Tocho  CB NC State ACC from Kansas City [R7 - 20]
7 246 Dallas Cowboys Jordan Carrell  DT Colorado Pac-12
7 247 Green Bay Packers Malachi Dupre  WR LSU SEC
7 248 Pittsburgh Steelers Keion Adams  DE Western Michigan MAC
7 249 Seattle Seahawks Chris Carson  RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Atlanta [R7 - 21]
7 250 Detroit Lions Pat O'Connor  DE Eastern Michigan MAC from New England [R7 - 22]
7* 251 Cincinnati Bengals Mason Schreck  TE Buffalo MAC
7* 252 Cleveland Browns Matthew Dayes  RB NC State ACC from Denver [R7 - 23]
7* 253 Denver Broncos Chad Kelly  QB Ole Miss SEC Mr. Irrelevant

Notable undrafted players[edit]

Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals Ricky Seals-Jones  TE Texas A&M SEC
Dallas Cowboys Lewis Neal  DE LSU SEC
Detroit Lions Tion Green  RB Cincinnati The American
Green Bay Packers Lenzy Pipkins  CB Oklahoma State Big 12
Green Bay Packers Justin Vogel  P Miami ACC
Indianapolis Colts Thomas Hennessy  LS Duke ACC Starting long snapper for the New York Jets
Jacksonville Jaguars Keelan Cole  WR Kentucky Wesleyan N/A First ever Kentucky Wesleyan alum to play in NFL. Led the 2017 Jaguars in receiving with 748 yards.
Los Angeles Chargers Austin Ekeler  RB Western State N/A
Miami Dolphins Chase Allen  LB Southern Illinois MVFC Starting middle linebacker after Rey Maualuga was cut
Philadelphia Eagles Corey Clement  RB Wisconsin Big Ten Played in Super Bowl LII, finished with 3 carries for 8 yards and 4 receptions for 100 receiving yards plus a touchdown as the Eagles won 41-33
Houston Texans Dylan Cole  LB Missouri State MVFC Starting linebacker for the Houston Texans
New York Giants Travis Rudolph  WR Florida State ACC
San Francisco 49ers Matt Breida  RB Georgia Southern Sun Belt

Summary[edit]

Selections by college athletic conference[edit]

The SEC led all conferences for the 11th year in a row with 53 selections.[9]

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
NCAA Division I FBS football conferences
The American 1 4 1 2 3 4 0 15
ACC 4 3 4 6 8 8 10 43
Big 12 1 1 3 2 1 2 4 14
Big Ten 7 3 9 6 6 1 3 35
C-USA 0 1 5 0 2 1 0 9
Ind. (FBS) 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3
MAC 1 1 3 1 1 0 4 11
MW 0 0 0 2 3 2 1 8
Pac-12 6 6 4 5 5 5 5 36
SEC 12 9 9 8 5 6 4 53
Sun Belt 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 5
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
Big Sky 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2
CAA 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2
Ind. (FCS) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
MEAC 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
MVFC 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2
Patriot 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Pioneer 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
SoCon 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Southland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
SWAC 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2
Non-Division I football conferences
GAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
GLIAC (DII) 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Gulf South (DII) 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2
PSAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
SIAC (DII) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Schools with multiple draft selections[edit]

Stage during draft

Michigan and Alabama set school records to lead the country with 11 and 10 picks respectively, marking the 2nd consecutive year a Big Ten school had the most.[10][11]

Selections Schools
11 Michigan
10 Alabama
9 Miami (FL)
8 Florida, LSU, Utah
7 Ohio State
6 Clemson, North Carolina, Tennessee
5 Pittsburgh, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Washington
4 Auburn, Colorado, Florida State, Iowa, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech
3 Arkansas, California, Houston, Louisiana Tech, NC State, San Diego State, South Florida, Temple, Toledo, Western Michigan, Wisconsin
2 Boise State, Boston College, Eastern Washington, Kansas State, Louisville, Michigan State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Villanova, West Georgia, West Virginia, Western Kentucky, Wyoming, Youngstown State

Selections by position[edit]

Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Center 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
Cornerback 5 5 8 1 7 4 4 34
Defensive end 6 2 6 2 2 3 4 25
Defensive tackle 0 2 4 4 1 5 4 20
Fullback 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
Guard 0 3 1 3 3 1 0 11
Kicker 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3
Linebacker 5 4 5 4 6 2 3 29
Long snapper 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Offensive tackle 2 1 1 2 3 5 2 16
Punter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Quarterback 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 10
Running back 2 2 4 7 4 2 5 26
Safety 3 6 2 4 1 5 2 23
Tight end 3 2 1 1 5 1 1 14
Wide receiver 3 3 8 7 5 1 5 32
Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Offense 13 13 18 22 22 14 16 118
Defense 19 19 25 15 17 19 17 131
Special teams 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 4

Trades[edit]

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the 2017 draft. Please note that this is the first year where teams will be allowed to trade compensatory picks.

Round one
  1. ^ No. 2: San Francisco → Chicago (D). San Francisco traded their first-round selection (2nd) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's first-, third-, and fourth-round selections (3rd, 67th, and 111th) as well as their third-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 3: Chicago → San Francisco (D). see No. 2: San Francisco → Chicago.[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 5: Los Angeles Rams → Tennessee (PD). The Rams traded their first- and third-round selections, as well as their first-, two seconds-, and third-round selection in 2016 (15th, 43rd, 45th, and 76th) to Tennessee in exchange for a conditional seventh-round selection, as well as Tennessee's first-, fourth-, and sixth-round selection in 2016 (1st, 113th, and 177th). If the Rams receives a compensatory selection in the third round of the 2017 draft, the third-round pick sent to Tennessee will be the compensatory selection, not the standard third-round pick assigned to the Rams; otherwise, Tennessee will receive the Rams' regular third-round pick, and Tennessee's seventh-round pick will go to the Rams.[source 2]
  4. ^ No. 10: Buffalo → Kansas City (D). Buffalo traded their first-round selection (10th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's first- and third-round selections (27th and 91st), as well as their first-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  5. ^ No. 12: multiple trades:
           No. 12: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). Philadelphia traded their first-round selection, as well as a first-, third-, and fourth-round selections in 2016 (8th, 77th, and 100th) and their second-round selection in 2018 to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's first-round selection in 2016 (2nd) and a conditional fifth-round selection in 2017. Since Cleveland received a compensatory fourth-round selection, it will go to Philadelphia. If it had not, Cleveland would have sent their fifth-round selection to Philadelphia. [source 3]
           No. 12: Cleveland → Houston (D).Cleveland traded a first-round selection (12th) to Houston in exchange for Houston's first-round selections (25th) as well as their first-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 14: Minnesota → Philadelphia (PD). Minnesota traded their first-round selection, as well as a conditional fourth-round selection in 2018, to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Sam Bradford.[source 4]
  7. ^ No. 25: Houston → Cleveland (D). see No. 12: Cleveland → Houston.[source 1]
  8. ^ No. 26: Seattle → Atlanta (D). Seattle traded their first-round selection (26th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's first-, third-, and seventh-round selections (31st, 95th, and 249th).[source 1]
  9. ^ No. 27: Kansas City → Buffalo (D). see No. 10: Buffalo → Kansas City.[source 1]
  10. ^ No. 29: Green Bay → Cleveland (D). Green Bay traded their first-round selection (29th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's second- and fourth-round selections (33rd and 108th).[source 1]
  11. ^ No. 31: multiple trades:
           No. 31: Atlanta → Seattle (D). see No. 26: Seattle → Atlanta.[source 1]
           No. 31: Seattle → San Francisco (D). Seattle traded a first-round selection (31st) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's second- and fourth-round selections (34th and 111th).[source 1]
  12. ^ No. 32: New England → New Orleans (PD). New England traded their first- and third-round selections (32nd and 103rd) to New Orleans in exchange for wide receiver Brandin Cooks and New Orleans' fourth-round selection (118th).[source 5]
Round two
  1. ^ No. 33: Cleveland → Green Bay (D). see No. 29: Green Bay → Cleveland.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 34: multiple trades:
           No. 34: San Francisco → Seattle (D). see No. 31: Seattle → San Francisco.[source 1]
           No. 34: Seattle → Jacksonville (D). Seattle traded a second-round selection (34th) to Jacksonville in exchange for Jacksonville's second- and sixth-round selections (35th and 187th).[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 35: Jacksonville → Seattle (D). see No. 34: Seattle → Jacksonville.[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 36: Chicago → Arizona (D). Chicago traded their second- and seventh-round selections (36th and 221st) to Arizona in exchange for Arizona's second-, fourth-, and sixth-round selections (45th, 119th, and 197th) as well as a fourth-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  5. ^ No. 37: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo (D). The Rams traded their second- and fifth-round selections (37th and 149th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's second- and third-round selections (44th and 91st).[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 41: Cincinnati → Minnesota (D). Cincinnati traded their second-round selections (41st) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's second- and fourth-round selections (48th and 128th).[source 1]
  7. ^ No. 44: Buffalo → Los Angeles Rams (D). see No. 37: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo.[source 1]
  8. ^ No. 45: Arizona → Chicago (D). see No. 36: Chicago → Arizona.[source 1]
  9. ^ No. 48: Minnesota → Cincinnati (D). see No. 41: Cincinnati → Minnesota.[source 1]
  10. ^ No. 52: Tennessee → Cleveland (PD). Tennessee traded their second-round selection, along with their first-round selection (15th) and third-round selection (76th) in 2016 to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's first-round selection (8th) and sixth-round selection (176th) in 2016.[source 6]
  11. ^ No. 63: Atlanta → Buffalo (D). Atlanta traded their second-round selection (63rd) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's third-round selection (75th) and two fifth-round selections (149th and 156th).[source 1]
  12. ^ No. 64: New England → Carolina (PD). New England traded their second-round selection (64th) to Carolina in exchange for Carolina's third-round selection (72nd) and defensive end Kony Ealy.[source 7]
Round three
  1. ^ No. 67: multiple trades:
           No. 67: Chicago → San Francisco (D). see No. 2: San Francisco → Chicago.
           No. 67: San Francisco → New Orleans (D). San Francisco traded their third-round selection (67th) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans's seventh-round selection (229th) and their 2018 second-round selection.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 70: New York Jets → Minnesota (D). The Jets traded their third-round selection (70th) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota ‘s third- and fifth-round selections (79th and 160th).[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 72: multiple trades:
           No. 72: Carolina → New England (PD). see No. 64: New England → Carolina.[source 7]
           No. 72: New England → Tennessee (D). New England traded their third-round selection (72nd) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's third- and fourth- selections (83rd and 124th).[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 74: Philadelphia → Baltimore (PD). Philadelphia traded their third-round selection (74th) to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's third-round compensatory selection (99th) and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan.[source 8]
  5. ^ No. 75: Buffalo → Atlanta (D). see No. 63: Atlanta → Buffalo.[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 77: Arizona → Carolina (D). Arizona traded their third-round selection (77th) to Carolina in exchange for Carolina's third- and fourth-round selections (98th and 115th).[source 9]
  7. ^ No. 79: Minnesota → New York Jets (D). see No. 70: New York Jets → Minnesota.[source 1]
  8. ^ No. 83: Tennessee → New England (D). see No. 72: New England → Tennessee.[source 1]
  9. ^ No. 85: Detroit → New England (D). Detroit traded their third-round selection (85th) to New England in exchange for New England's third- and fourth-round selections (96th and 124th).[source 10]
  10. ^ No. 86: multiple trades:
           No. 86: Miami → Minnesota (PD). Miami traded their third- and fourth-round selections as well as their sixth-round selection in 2016 (186th) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's third-round selection in 2016 (86th). If Miami had received a fourth-round compensatory selection, that pick would have gone to Minnesota instead of Miami's original fourth-round selection (No. 129).[source 6]
           No. 86: Minnesota → Kansas City (D).Minnesota traded a third-round selection (86th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's third-, fourth-, and seventh-round selections (104th, 132nd, and 245th).[source 1]
  11. ^ No. 91: multiple trades:
           No. 91: Kansas City → Buffalo (D). see No. 10: Buffalo → Kansas City.[source 1]
           No. 91: Buffalo → Los Angeles Rams (D). see No. 37: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo.[source 1]
  12. ^ No. 95: Atlanta → Seattle (D). see No. 26: Seattle → Atlanta.[source 1]
  13. ^ No. 96: New England → Detroit (D). see No. 85: Detroit → New England.[source 10]
  14. ^ No. 98: Carolina → Arizona (D). see No. 77: Arizona → Carolina.[source 9]
  15. ^ No. 99: Baltimore → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 74: Philadelphia → Baltimore.[source 8]
  16. ^ No. 100: Los Angeles Rams → Tennessee (PD). see No. 5: Los Angeles Rams → Tennessee [source 2]
  17. ^ No. 103: multiple trades:
           No. 103: Cleveland → New England (PD). Cleveland traded their third-round compensatory selection to New England in exchange for linebacker Jamie Collins.[source 11]
           No. 103: New England → New Orleans (PD). see No. 32: New England → New Orleans.[source 5]
  18. ^ No. 104: multiple trades:
           No. 104: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). see No. 86: Minnesota → Kansas City.[source 1]
           No. 104: Minnesota → San Francisco (D). Minnesota traded their third-round selection (104th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's fourth- and seventh-round selections (109th and 219th).[source 1]
  19. ^ No. 107: New York Jets → Tampa Bay (D). The Jets traded their third-round selection (107th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's fourth- and sixth-round selections (125th and 204th).[source 12]
Round four
  1. ^ No. 108: Cleveland → Green Bay (D). see No. 29: Green Bay → Cleveland.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 109: San Francisco → Minnesota (D). see No. 104: Minnesota → San Francisco.[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 111: multiple trades:
           No. 111: Chicago → San Francisco (D). see No. 2: San Francisco → Chicago.[source 1]
           No. 111: San Francisco → Seattle (D). see No. 31: Seattle → San Francisco.[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 112: LA Rams → Chicago (D). The Rams traded their fourth-round selection (112nd) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's fourth- and sixth-round selections (117th and 197th).[source 13]
  5. ^ No. 114: New York Jets → Washington (PD). The Jets traded their fourth-round selection to Washington in exchange for Washington's 2016 fifth-round selection (158th).[source 6]
  6. ^ No. 115: Carolina → Arizona (D). see No. 77: Arizona → Carolina.[source 9]
  7. ^ No. 117: multiple trades:
           No. 117: Buffalo → Chicago (PD). Buffalo traded their fourth-round selection, along with their 2016 second- and fourth-round selections (49th and 117th) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's 2016 second-round selection (41st).[source 6]
           No. 117: Chicago → LA Rams (D). see No. 112: LA Rams → Chicago.[source 13]
  8. ^ New Orleans → New England (PD). see No. 32: New England → New Orleans.[source 5]
  9. ^ No. 119: Arizona → Chicago (D). see No. 36: Chicago → Arizona.[source 1]
  10. ^ No. 121: Indianapolis → San Francisco (D). The Colts traded their fourth-round selection (121st) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's fourth- and fifth-round selections (143rd and 161st).[source 15]
  11. ^ No. 124: multiple trades:
           No. 124: Tennessee → New England (D). see No. 72: New England → Tennessee.[source 1]
           No. 124: New England → Detroit (D). see No. 85: Detroit → New England.[source 10]
  12. ^ No. 125: multiple trades:
           No. 125: Tampa Bay → NY Jets (D). see No. 107: NY Jets → Tampa Bay.[source 12]
           No. 125: NY Jets → LA Rams (D). The New York Jets traded their fourth-round selection (125th) to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for Los Angeles's fourth- and sixth-round selections (141st and 197th).[source 16]
  13. ^ No. 126: Denver → Cleveland (D). Denver traded their fourth- and seventh-round selections (126th and 252nd) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's two fifth-round selections (145th and 175th).[source 1]
  14. ^ No. 128: multiple trades:
           No. 128: Miami → Minnesota (PD). see No. 86: Miami → Minnesota.[source 6]
           No. 128: Minnesota → Cincinnati (D). see No. 41: Cincinnati → Minnesota.[source 1]
  15. ^ No. 131: Seattle → New England (PD). Seattle traded their fourth-round selection, along with their 2016 seventh-round selection (225th) to New England in exchange for New England's 2016 fifth- and seventh-round selections (147th and 243rd).[source 6]
  16. ^ No. 132: multiple trades:
           No. 132: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). see No. 86: Minnesota → Kansas City.[source 1]
           No. 132: Minnesota → Philadelphia (D). Minnesota traded their fourth-round selection (132nd) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's fourth- and seventh-round selections (139th and 230th).[source 1]
  17. ^ No. 137: New England→ Indianapolis (PD). New England traded a fourth-round selection (137th) to Indianapolis in exchange for a sixth-round selection (200th) and tight end Dwayne Allen.[source 18]
  18. ^ No. 139: multiple trades:
           No. 139: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 12: Philadelphia → Cleveland (round one).[source 3]
           No. 139: Philadelphia → Minnesota (D). see No. 132: Minnesota → Philadelphia.[source 1]
           No 139: Minnesota → Kansas City (D). Minnesota traded a fourth-round selection (139th) to Kansas City in exchange for two fifth-round selections (170th and 180th).[source 19]
  19. ^ No. 141: LA Rams → NY Jets (D). see No. 125: NY Jets → LA Rams.[source 16]
  20. ^ No. 142: Cleveland → Houston (PD). Cleveland traded a fourth-round compensatory selection (142nd) to Houston in exchange for Houston's sixth-round selection (188th), 2018 second-round selection, and quarterback Brock Osweiler.[source 20]
  21. ^ No. 143: San Francisco → Indianapolis (D). see No. 121: Indianapolis → San Francisco.[source 15]
Round five
  1. ^ No. 145: Cleveland → Denver (D). see No. 126: Denver → Cleveland.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 149: multiple trades:
           No. 149: LA Rams → Buffalo (D). see No. 37: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo.[source 1]
           No. 149: Buffalo → Atlanta (D). see No. 63: Atlanta → Buffalo.[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 154: New Orleans → Washington (PD). New Orleans traded their fifth-round selection, along with their fifth-round selection in 2016 (152nd) to Washington in exchange for Washington's fourth-round selection in 2016 (120th).[source 6]
  4. ^ No. 155: Philadelphia → Tennessee (D). Philadelphia traded their fifth-round selection (155th) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's fifth- and sixth-round selections (164th and 214th).[source 1]
  5. ^ No. 156: Buffalo → Atlanta (D). see No. 63: Atlanta → Buffalo.[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 160: multiple trades:
           No. 160: Minnesota → New York Jets (D). see No. 70: New York Jets → Minnesota.[source 1]
           No. 160: NY Jets → Cleveland (D).The New York Jets traded their fifth- and seventh-round selections (160th and 224th)) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's fifth- and sixth-round selections (181st and 188th).[source 1]
  7. ^ No. 161: multiple trades:
           No. 161: Washington → San Francisco (PD).Washington traded their fifth-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2017 seventh-round selection and tight end Derek Carrier.[source 21]
           No. 161: San Francisco → Indianapolis (D). see No. 121: Indianapolis → San Francisco.[source 15]
  8. ^ No. 163: multiple trades:
           No. 163: Denver → New England (PD). Denver traded this selection to New England in exchange for tight end A. J. Derby.[source 22]
           No. 163: New England → Buffalo (PD). New England gave this selection to Buffalo in exchange for signing RFA running back Mike Gillislee.[source 23]
  9. ^ No. 164: multiple trades:
           No. 164: Tennessee → Philadelphia (D). see No. 155: Philadelphia → Tennessee.[source 1]
           No. 164: Philadelphia → Miami (D).Philadelphia traded a fifth- and sixth-round selection (164th and 194th) to Miami in exchange for Miami's to fifth-round selections (166th and 184th).[source 1]
  10. ^ No. 166: Miami → Philadelphia (D). see No. 164: Philadelphia → Miami.[source 1]
  11. ^ No. 170: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). see No. 139: Minnesota → Kansas City.[source 19]
  12. ^ No. 171: Dallas → Buffalo (PD). Dallas traded their fifth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's seventh-round selection and quarterback Matt Cassel.[source 25]
  13. ^ No. 172: Green Bay → Denver (D). Green Bay traded their fifth-round selection (172nd) to Denver in exchange for Denver's fifth- and seventh-round selections (175th and 238th).[source 1]
  14. ^ No. 175: multiple trades:
           No. 175: New England → Cleveland (PD). New England traded their fifth-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for linebacker Barkevious Mingo.[source 26]
           No. 175: Cleveland → Denver (D). see No. 126: Denver → Cleveland.[source 1]
           No. 175: Denver → Green Bay (D). see No. 172: Green Bay → Denver.[source 1]
  15. ^ No. 177: Denver → San Francisco (D). San Francisco traded their fourth-round selection in 2018 to Denver in exchange for Denver's fifth-round selections (177th) and running back Kapri Bibbs.[source 1]
  16. ^ No. 180: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). see No. 139: Minnesota → Kansas City.[source 19]
  17. ^ No. 181: Cleveland → NY Jets (D). see No. 160: NY Jets → Cleveland.[source 1]
  18. ^ No. 183: New England → Kansas City (D). New England traded their fifth-round selection (183rd) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's sixth-round selection (216th) and tight end James O'Shaughnessy.[source 1]
  19. ^ No. 184: Miami → Philadelphia (D). see No. 164: Philadelphia → Miami.[source 1]
Round six
  1. ^ No. 186: San Francisco → Baltimore (PD). San Francisco traded their sixth-round selection (186th) to Baltimore Ravens in exchange for Baltimore's sixth-round selection (198th) and center Jeremy Zuttah.[source 27]
  2. ^ No. 187: Jacksonville → Seattle (D). see No. 34: Seattle → Jacksonville.[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 188: multiple trades:
           No. 188: Chicago → Houston (PD). Chicago traded their sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for tight end Khari Lee.[source 28]
           No. 188: Houston → Cleveland (PD). see No. 142: Cleveland → Houston.[source 20]
           No. 188: Cleveland → NY Jets (D). see No. 160: NY Jets → Cleveland.[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 191: NY Jets → Dallas (D). The New York Jets traded their sixth-round selection (191st) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas's fifth-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  5. ^ No. 194: Philadelphia → Miami (D). see No. 164: Philadelphia → Miami.[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 197: multiple trades:
           No. 197: Arizona → Chicago (D). see No. 36: Chicago → Arizona.[source 1]
           No. 197: Chicago → LA Rams (D). see No. 112: LA Rams → Chicago.[source 13]
           No. 197: LA Rams → NY Jets (D). see No. 125: NY Jets → LA Rams.[source 16]
  7. ^ No. 198: Baltimore → San Francisco (PD). see No. 186: San Francisco → Baltimore.[source 27]
  8. ^ No. 199: Minnesota → Washington (D). Minnesota traded their sixth- and seventh-round selections (199th and 230th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's sixth- and seventh-round selections (201st and 220th).[source 1]
  9. ^ No. 200: multiple trades:
           No. 200: Indianapolis→ New England (PD). see No. 137: New England→ Indianapolis (round four).[source 18]
           No. 200: New England → Tennessee (D). see No. 72: New England → Tennessee.[source 1]
           No. 200: Tennessee → NY Giants (D). Tennessee traded their sixth-round selection (200th) to NY Giants in exchange for New York's sixth- and seventh-round selections (207th and 241st).[source 1]
  10. ^ No. 201: Washington → Minnesota (D). see No. 199: Minnesota → Washington.[source 1]
  11. ^ No. 202: Denver → San Francisco (PD). Denver traded their sixth-round selection, along with their sixth-round selection in 2016 (207th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's seventh-round selection in 2016 (228th) and tight end Vernon Davis.[source 29]
  12. ^ No. 203: Tennessee → Denver (PD). Tennessee traded their sixth-round selection, along with their sixth-round selection in 2016 (176th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's fifth- and seventh-round selections in 2016 (157th and 253th).[source 6]
  13. ^ No. 204: Tampa Bay → New York Jets (D). see No. 107: New York Jets → Tampa Bay.[source 12]
  14. ^ No. 206: Miami → LA Rams (PD). Miami traded their sixth-round selection (206th) to the Rams in exchange for the Ram's seventh-round selection (223rd) and defensive end William Hayes.[source 30]
  15. ^ No. 207: multiple trades:
           No. 207: NY Giants → Tennessee (D). see No. 200: Tennessee → NY Giants.[source 1]
           No. 207: Tennessee → Cincinnati (D).Tennessee traded a sixth-round selection (207th) to Cincinnati in exchange for Cincinnati's sixth- and seventh-round selections (217th and 227th).[source 1]
  16. ^ No. 208: Oakland → Arizona (D). Oakland traded their sixth-round selection (208th) to Arizona in exchange for Arizona's sixth- and seventh-round selections (221st and 231st).[source 1]
  17. ^ No. 209: Houston → Washington (PD). Houston traded their sixth-round selection, along with their first-round selection in 2016 (22nd) to Washington in exchange for Washington's first-round selection in 2016 (21st).[source 6]
  18. ^ No. 211: Dallas → New England (D). Dallas traded their sixth-round selection (211th) to New England in exchange for New England's sixth- and seventh-round selections (216st and 239st).[source 1]
  19. ^ No. 214: multiple trades:
           No. 214: Atlanta → Tennessee (PD). Atlanta traded a 2016 sixth-round selection and a conditional sixth-round selection in 2017 to Tennessee in exchange for guard Andy Levitre.[source 32]
           No. 214: Tennessee → Philadelphia (D). see No. 155: Philadelphia → Tennessee.[source 1]
  20. ^ No. 215: New England → Detroit (PD). New England traded their sixth-round selection to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's 2017 seventh-round selection and linebacker Kyle Van Noy.[source 33]
  21. ^ No. 216: multiple trades:
           No. 216: Kansas City → New England (D). see No. 183: New England → Kansas City.[source 1]
           No. 216: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 211: Dallas → New England.[source 1]
  22. ^ No. 217: Cincinnati → Tennessee (D). see No. 207: Tennessee → Cincinnati.[source 1]
Round seven
  1. ^ No. 219: multiple trades:
           No. 219: Cleveland → San Francisco (PD). Cleveland traded their seventh-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for punter Andy Lee.[source 34]
           No. 219: San Francisco → Minnesota (D). see No. 104: Minnesota → San Francisco.[source 1]
  2. ^ No. 220: multiple trades:
           No. 220: San Francisco → Washington (PD). see No. 161: Washington → San Francisco.[source 21]
           No. 220: Washington → Minnesota (D). see No. 199: Minnesota → Washington.[source 1]
  3. ^ No. 221: multiple trades:
           No. 221: Chicago → Arizona (D). see No. 36: Chicago → Arizona.[source 1]
           No. 221: Arizona → Oakland (D). see No. 208: Oakland → Arizona.[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 223: multiple trades:
           No. 223: LA Rams → Miami (PD). see No. 206: Miami → LA Rams.[source 30]
           No. 223: Miami → Tampa Bay (D). Miami traded their seventh-round selection (223rd) to Miami in exchange for Miami's seventh-round selections (237th) as well as their seventh-round selection in 2018.[source 1]
  5. ^ No. 224: NY Jets → Cleveland (D). see No. 160: NY Jets → Cleveland.[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 226: Carolina → Seattle (PD). Carolina traded their seventh-round selection to Seattle in exchange for wide receiver Kevin Norwood on the condition that he made Carolina's roster, which he did.[source 35]
  7. ^ No. 227: Cincinnati → Tennessee (D). see No. 207: Tennessee → Cincinnati.[source 1]
  8. ^ No. 228: Buffalo → Dallas (PD). see Dallas → Buffalo (round five).[source 25]
  9. ^ No. 229: New Orleans→ San Francisco (D). see No. 67: San Francisco → New Orleans.
  10. ^ No. 230: multiple trades:
           No. 230: Philadelphia → Minnesota (D). see No. 132: Minnesota → Philadelphia.[source 1]
            No. 230: Minnesota → Washington (D). see No. 199: Minnesota → Washington.[source 1]
  11. ^ No. 231: Arizona → Oakland (D). see No. 208: Oakland → Arizona.[source 1]
  12. ^ No. 233: multiple trades:
           No. 233: Indianapolis → Cleveland (PD). Indianapolis traded their seventh-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for defensive end Billy Winn.[source 36]
           No. 233: Cleveland → Carolina (PD). Cleveland traded their seventh-round selection and punter Andy Lee to Carolina in exchange for punter Kasey Redfern and Carolina's fourth-round selection in 2018.[source 37]
  13. ^ No. 234: Baltimore → Los Angeles Rams (PD). Baltimore traded their 2017 seventh-round selection to the Rams in exchange for wide receiver Chris Givens.[source 38]
  14. ^ No. 237: Tampa Bay → Miami (D). see No. 223: Miami → Tampa Bay.[source 1]
  15. ^ No. 238: Denver → Green Bay (D). see No. 172: Green Bay → Denver.[source 1]
  16. ^ No. 239: multiple trades:
           No. 239: Detroit → New England (PD). see No. 215: New England → Detroit.[source 33]
           No. 239: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 211: Dallas → New England.[source 1]
  17. ^ No. 240: Miami → Jacksonville (PD). Miami traded a seventh-round selection (240th) to Jacksonville in exchange for tight end Julius Thomas.[source 39]
  18. ^ No. 241: NY Giants → Tennessee (D). see No. 200: Tennessee → NY Giants.[source 1]
  19. ^ No. 244: Seattle → Oakland (PD). Seattle traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Oakland in exchange for defensive back Dewey McDonald.[source 40]
  20. ^ No. 245: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). see No. 86: Minnesota → Kansas City.[source 1]
  21. ^ No. 249: Atlanta → Seattle (D). see No. 26: Seattle → Atlanta.[source 1]
  22. ^ No. 250: New England → Detroit (PD). New England traded their 2017 seventh-round selection to Detroit in exchange for tight end Michael Williams.[source 41]
  23. ^ No. 252: Denver → Cleveland (D). see No. 126: Denver → Cleveland.[source 1]

Forfeited/penalized picks[edit]

  1. ^ The New England Patriots forfeited their highest fourth-round selection due to the Deflategate scandal. The team also forfeited a 2016 first-round selection.[source 14]
  2. ^ The New York Giants fourth-round selection was moved to the back of the fourth round, after all of the compensatory draft picks (but no more than 12 picks) for illegal use of a walkie-talkie on their sideline during week 14 of the 2016 season. This pick will be no worse than the 35th pick of the fourth round, after the other 30 regular picks (New England's fourth round pick was forfeited due to Deflategate) and no more than 4 compensatory picks.[source 17]
  3. ^ The Seattle Seahawks forfeited their fifth-round selection for violating the NFL's collective bargaining agreement regarding off-season workout policies.[source 24]
  4. ^ The Kansas City Chiefs forfeited their sixth-round selection for violating the NFL's Anti-Tampering policy during the 2015 free agency period. The team also forfeited a 2016 third-round selection.[source 31]

References[edit]

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